Aperture updating mobileme
This is because Desktop has its own setting for checking Mail (i.e., it does not use the ‘Automatically’ setting above).For i Phone and Web, an email sent to you is received instantly. For Desktop, email will be received at the interval set for checking (as often as one minute).The Mac App Store, in fact, at the moment of writing this still reports version 3.1.2 as the latest one available. The Aperture 3.1.3 Update addresses overall stability and performance.This update is recommended for all users of Aperture 3.This is because the ‘Automatically’ setting in sync is actually on a 15-minute timer.Obviously, this is not true push, and it’s what Apple clarified after the Mobile Me launch, stating that they will no longer use the word “push” unless and until they change this.How often will waiting 60 seconds for emails at your desk be an issue?
Any change made on the i Phone or Web will be pushed to all three devices.
Various fixes all around should make the app more stable and reliable ahead of Lion's release, rumored to be scheduled for tomorrow.
Full changelog below: Unlike with the latest i Life '11 updates, the new version of Aperture appears to be available only through Software Update and Apple's website for now.
With my i Phone set to push, my desktop Mail set to check every minute, and Mobile Me and i Disk syncing set to ‘Automatically’, I don’t worry about any of the above. It’s true that when I enter contact or calendar data on the desktop it won’t hit the i Phone or Web for up to 15 minutes, but since I’m actually the desktop (obviously) when that occurs I’ve never been bothered by the wait. Sure, I’d like Apple to make Mail, Address Book and i Cal push clients — and wouldn’t mind a few features that Exchange has — but the above issues are pretty trivial.
Same is true for any Mac-to-Mac change; if I’m at a Mac and change a Mail Rule, I’m not concerned it may not hit the other Mac for 15 minutes. How often do you make, say, a contact change on the desktop and then within 15 minutes?
How quickly the change is propagated depends on your connection speed and the size of the file(s) changed, but generally speaking the sync starts quickly.